PeepCode is awesome!
Tim O'Reilly, O'Reilly Media
I suspect there are a lot of smart DF readers out there who know nothing about the Unix-y aspects of Mac OS X, would like to, but never found a good way to get started. This screencast is it.
John Gruber, Daring Fireball
Absolutely fantastic - I haven't seen a PeepCode screencast before and I'm super impressed with the level of graphics/audio...I just finished it and it really is a great intro. Well done.
David Kaneda, author of jQTouch
These things are fantastic and the price is a steal. I strongly urge you to support this effort and buy the episodes. What a terrific way to learn!
Scott Barron, Rails Core Committer
I think you're going to have a lot of happy campers here. Wondering how to get started with the basic bare bones of a Backbone app is a very common request, and you nailed it.
Jeremy Ashkenas, creator of Backbone.js
I watched the PeepCode Screencast with Jose and it’s like two hours long going through a simple project in Elixir from like the bare beginnings. And it was very, very informative. I enjoyed it.
Avdi Grimm, Ruby Rogues
Just finished the [Meet Elixir video] by @peepcode. It feels like the beginning of a new era.
Watching the @peepcode Play by Play with @tenderlove and it really is an awesome idea to watch the workflow of good developers!
The new @peepcode featuring @rands is awesome. 'Deathly afraid of being irrelevant' is officially my favorite phrase.
Benjamin Tan Wei Hao
Today I leveled up my Ember skills thanks to @peepcode and having hard problems to solve on hand.
Really enjoying elixir... hearing Jose explains things is really eye opening. Good work peepcode.
Just watched Elixir screencast from @peepcode by @josevalim. Super interesting language, some great ideas.
Just watched @josevalim @peepcode screencast about elixir. Lot of food for thought. Nice approach to get started into functional programming.
I'm watching the @peepcode on #Elixir. Not only is it the Best Peepcode I ever saw but Elixir is AMAZING!
Half way through the @peepcode #elixir screen cast with @josevalim...I think I've found my next language.
Elixir is like a beautiful love-child of Ruby and Prolog. So excited by it!
José Valim's PeepCode screencast on Elixir is fantastic. Well worth the [price] for 2 hours of great content for an intro to Elixir.
This 'Meet Elixir' screencast by @josevalim over on PeepCode is really, really good.
The RSpec series by @peepcode is very well done. Worth a watch even if you're fairly comfortable with it.
Only 15 minutes into Peepcode Rspec2 part 3 and it's excellently done!
The refactoring talk by @r00k on @peepcode is alone worth the cost of an unlimited membership. Very informative and practical.
Wow, the play-by-play from @r00k may be the best Peepcode video I've seen yet.
The new @peepcode video on Troubleshooting is excellent. Reminds me of Pólya’s book How to Solve It.
Fantastic fantastic screencast on gallery-css. definitely worth the $12.
Watched the screencast on my flight in today, very insightful, looking forward to putting this CSS Gallery to good use!
Peepcode ‘s Refactoring with @r00k was cool. Enjoyed watching clean simple steps to make already good code better.
Enjoyed RSpec I and RSpec II by Peepcode... Not only covers the syntax of RSpec but also how best to use it.
Recommend anyone wanting a heads up on developing @emberjs apps invests in this video. Well worth the small price .
Looking for a good EmberJs walkthrough? Check Peepcode... Indepth, clear, solid example and AWESOME!
Never lol’d so much at a tech vidya. Cool pairing style, nice eeking out of the design, priceless quotes.
Great screencast about TDD and pair programming with @tenderlove and @coreyhaines on @peepcode! 100% recommended. Thank you guys!
Forget House of Cards and Downton Abbey. The perfect Thu night show is Fire up Ember.
I learned more in 3 hours than I have in my best previous 30 hours in the 2 years I've been following Sproutcore/EmberJS. It is the finest training video I have seen in a very long time. Best 12 bucks I've spent.
If you're getting your feet wet with Ember.js, the peepcode screencast can save you a ton of time.
The Peepcode episode with @tenderlove and @coreyhaines was so far one of the best ones I have watched.
I cried with joy and jealousy when I watched the Play by Play thanks for some much love and awesomeness.
This [Peepcode] PBP with Corey Haines and Aaron Patteron shows how awesome and fun pairing can be!
Attempting to be sponge-like while I watch Kyle Neath's Peepcode video. Definitely worth watching
The [Ember.js] peepcode is super worth the $12, it's one of the best I've seen @topfunky do.
Thank you for the Peepcode screencast on email! I didn't expect these kinds of benefits from a 45min cast.
Geoffrey Grosenbach (@topfunky) has done it again with a great refresh of the RSpec series on Peepcode.
Whether you are a budding Rubyist or simply interested in BDD this series comes highly recommended.
Holy crap, Peepcode’s ember.js video/pdf/code is amazing. I solved like, 10 problems in one source read.
The PeepCode Fire Up Ember.js screencast is absolutely essential if you hope to do ember.js development. It's provided me with countless moments of sudden clarity.
Thank you Peepcode for making an up-to-date ember.js tutorial. I've wanted to love Ember for so long, I just needed to understand it.
Bravo Peepcode for the “Fire Up Ember” screencast. One of the finest ones yet, complete with many “Aha!” moments.
Watching the new Ember.js screencast from Peepcode and I got to say the new Router API is mind blowing!!
Anyone interested in Ember.js should check out the Peepcode screencast. It does a great job of tying all the concepts together.
I really enjoyed it. It clarified a lot of things I was scrapping from blog posts and the guides.
The Peepcode Ember.js video is excellent. I highly recommend everybody purchase
The Peepcode video tutorial on ember.js is awesome. Best tutorial for ember.js
Really enjoying Peepcode's emberjs screencast. Clarifies a lot of questions I've had.
The Ember.js screencast from the folks at Peepcode is pretty amazing.
Got a chance to watch the Peepcode video on ember.js. Awesome job. Highly recommend and for only $12. Definitely worth it.
Thanks Peepcode for great Chef screencasts. Our team is totally rockin' it now. Consciously-incompetent but improving!
I've watched the Peepcode video with @tenderlove about 4 times now and picked up new Vim, Ruby or Rails tips every single time. So good.
Thanks to Rspec, now I can sleep ok, my production app is validated. :)
I'm seriously impressed with the clarity of @PeepCode's screencasts. Absolutely worth the $12 spent to learn so much!
Watching @tenderlove go through his PbP on Peepcode was amazing. The man has no respect for anything and will rewrite whatever bothers him.
My new favorite TDD intro screencast! It touches every tiny detail to get you on the right track. Congrats to Topfunky.
David Garcia Chaves
RSpec 2: The Basics | PeepCode Screencasts ~ worth it's digital weight in gold
Sometimes usage of a tool boils down to whether or not there's a Peepcode available!
The Peepcode screencast on Chef is excellent. Very clear and grounded in practical application.
@Peepcode- After a long time of having Raphael JS screen cast, I finally put some code into production. Co-workers wowed. Thank you.
Delighted with the Chef Part 1 screencast. Watched it in the morning; it saved me time and money in the afternoon.
The most valuable screencast from Peepcode about Backbone for me: Backbone Persistence.
I think your Play By Play series is brilliant – taps perfectly into the zeitgeist. Bravo.
Dan Grigsby, entrepreneur
Really liked the latest Peepcode screencast on Chef. Will definitely be re-watching and digging into Chef more.
Really great getting a look at your workflow and how you go through the problem solving process.
Great improvised mini-lecture/process video— I listen to @mrgan talk all the time, and this was still enthralling.
Peepcode's screencast with @creationix about Node.js was interesting and entertaining.
Love Peepcode's ability to introduce you to new technology quickly. Especially when you're in a hurry to ramp up.
Both of Ryan Singer peepcode Play by Play screencasts are really cool. Since I am design impaired it was priceless.
The play-by-plays are the best videos on Peepcode. I've been a Rails dev for 5 years. The more I learn about rails the harder it is to learn new tricks. You hit a homerun with this series.
Ryan Singer's Peepcode tutorial on UX sketching was brilliant.
Both of Ryan Singer peepcode Play by Play screencasts are really cool. Since I am design impaired it was priceless.
Watching Aaron Patterson coding record by Peepcode, it's pretty fun. Never thought that I can laugh while watching people do programming.
It's incredible how much time and pain I have saved using @wycats' pry debugging techniques from his Peepcode screencast. Thank you so much
Spent saturday arvo watching the ryan singer play by plays on Peepcode, sunday arvo kyle neath's - both are awesome, highly recommended
This Peepcode video tutorial is great for getting a peek at what backbone-js is great at.
Jankees van Woezik
I highly recommend Peepcode's "Meet CoffeeScript", great quick intro to the language.
Went back and watched the Peepcode Vim screencasts last night. So useful to re-watch once you've heavily used it. Absorbed so much more.
It was great to see the way you work through problems and the tools you use.
Wondering about html5 caching's current state of affairs?HTML5 Browser Caching @peepcode is awesome!
Just finished watching over lunch Peepcode's Node.js Part 1 video. Awesome!
The Peepcode Git Internals PDF is the Git documentation I wish I had started with five years ago. Superb.
Just re-watched Play by Play with Ryan Singer @rjs on UI design. Great educational video. Thanks to him and PeepCode!
Feel like I've got a really good grasp of Node development thanks to Peepcode. Your Full Stack Node.js screencast is amazing.
Both EventMachine episodes from Peepcode are pretty good. The first part is the best introduction to the subject I’ve found so far.
Paul uπr Morrison
Just finished watching @tenderlove on Peepcode. It's awesome just to watch an excellent developer's process. I learned a lot, thanks!
I'm less than 5 minutes into @tenderlove's Peepcode Play by Play, and I've already learned an insanely useful trick! This is gonna rock!
Sand Ridge Labs
Watching the newest Peepcode play by play with @kneath. Kyle, you are a freaking genius. Just saying.
Watching the Peepcode play-by-play with @tenderlove. Mind already blown at 4:47 by his Terminal trickery. Watch it!
I bought all three PeepCodes on the topic and have watched them all now a few times (they are densely packed with good material).
Loving the Backbone peep codes. Now the whole team is on the backbone bandwagon.
Just bought Full Stack Node.js Part 1 from PeepCode. Learned some tricks...REALLY solid screencast.
...an excellent quick start to full stack Node.js development.
Did the latest Peepcode tutorial on node last night and learned a handful of new things about express/npm. Worth your money!
Thank you so much for Full Stack Node.js pt 1. It was exactly what I needed!
As someone who's watched almost every Peepcode screen cast, I think I can safely say that "Full Stack Node.js" is the best yet.
If you are looking into Node.js, please get Peepcode's new production. It would have saved me easily 30 hours a few months ago.
I just wanted to say, I absolutely LOVED the Play by Play with @tenderlove... Excellent work! Please do more of these!!! They are sooo inspiring and helpful
Patrick J Collins
Oh you bastards! I thought I was done with this PbP addiction...apparently not!
As expected, the PeepCode PBP with @tenderlove rules.
PeepCode HTML5 Browser Caching is an hour well spent.
Thank you for making a Coffeescript screencast last year. only 25 mins in and I've enjoyed several "aha!" moments :)
Peepcode's latest "HTML5: Browser Caching" is worth every penny: Manifest caching, localStorage, etc.
I felt pretty safe with git before, but after watching Peepcode's Advanced Git. I'm safe, nothing can go wrong!
Sometimes, with professionally created teaching products, I find that the money is spent more on superficial production values than anything else, but this is not the case here - although it is a very polished product, it is evident that it is also very well thought-out, and that a lot of testing and planning has foregone the recording. Heartily recommended!
The Advanced Git screencast PeepCode is so epic, I'm gonna have to watch it once more before going to sleep!
Watching the latest PeepCode vid, "Advanced Git". Occasional explosions of revelation lighting murky areas of my Git comprehension.
Another great PeepCode screencast covering advanced Git usage.
Tons of advanced Git knowledge and confidence for only $12 at PeepCode!
I finally understand what difference "git reset --hard" and "git reflog" can make. Just imagine it!
If you are a UX designer, these PeepCode videos of @rjs are worth the $24 and features some great insight!
PeepCode made it difficult to enjoy other sources for learning, as their quality standard is unreachable. Just sayin'.
@sleeptillseven via Twitter
The PeepCode CoffeeScript video...is solid without being a fanboy; accurately showing strengths, weaknesses, and usage patterns
Been monitoring @peepcode backbone.js I've purchased all 3 and after watching episode 1 can see the benefits for a work project.
I was finally able to enjoy the Meet Rails 3 screencast from @peepcode today. Took Six pages of notes and I'm buying the sequel.
The latest Play by Play screencasts featuring Ryan Singer of @37signals, is a blast.
Really recommend [Ryan Singer Part 2] from @peepcode...awesome to follow the thought process that goes on.
30 minutes into [Ryan Singer] Part 1 @peepcode video and he already blows my mind.
Both @peepcode casts are awesome. Love focus on "what's the fastest way to validate this test?" Will start using "design test cases".
The Ryan Singer movies from @peepcode are goddamn amazing.
HOLY COW!!!!This has got to be the best idea ever. I really really like the play by plays. I just signed up today and can't wait to go through all the material. Please get more play by plays these are especially helpful! Great idea and great execution I hope you guys do well. The download rate is actually reasonable from Kuwait!
PeepCode with [Ryan Singer] could be the most interesting video I've ever seen. This one video is worth my yearly sub!
The PeepCode UX design screencast is easily one of the best of all I have watched so far.
Have watched 20 minutes of the new PeepCode with Ryan Singer and I'm already incredibly inspired.
Just finished watching Ryan Singer's UX Sketching video from PeepCode. Awesome stuff!
Are you a designer? Do you design for web? Watch how one of the best works.
Really enjoying the PeepCode Play by Play session. There should be more of this. This [is] excellent stuff for learning!
Just got the [Ryan Singer] Play by Play from PeepCode. Direct access to that type of mind for 12 freaking bucks is almost too good to be true.
These new "play by play" videos are great especially if you are a freelancer or not working with other awesome folks. They really give you some insight on not just how to do something, but what their thinking while they do it. I've picked up several Vim tricks and just general workflow tips. Looking forward to more of these.
duck via Hacker News
I'm a big fan. If it's something you've just heard about or don't know anything about, there's usually no better way to get up to speed than peepcode. For stuff you know a little about, it can be slow because they take the time to lay a good foundation.
If you put a dollar value on your time, PeepCode is a no-brainer.
The unlimited yearly plan made me a more productive programmer and it kept me up to date on what I should be learning next.
xutopia via Hacker News
The Play by plays are awesome. If you just look at a finished product, code looks so effortless. However, even experts struggle getting it right: only through understanding the problem, trial-and-error and a lot of refactoring does code become "effortless".
fdb via Hacker News
Peepcode's two command-line screencasts literally turn you into an advanced Unix command-line user in under 2 hours. Very impressed.
The backbone.js screencast from Peepcode is just pure awesome, distilled down and served at cask-strength.
I just had to write and say the production quality of backbone.js is phenomenal. The tech content is great, and the editing, flow and graphics bring it all together.
...Very well done. If you don't use backbone.js check it out.
Thank you PeepCode for the excellent introduction to Backbone.js. Much more digestible than the documentation.
Picked up the Backbone video last night...you guys really knocked it out of the park. [It] really cemented my understanding of how powerful Backbone can be. As usual, the video was clear, concise, and touched on all the topics necessary to get us started making extensible front-end logic.
This one's another winner.
Learning about the silent-postgres ruby gem was, alone, worth the $12 cost of this screencast... clean logs make me happy
Been using #Coffeescript a while now and still learning new ideas watching the @peepcode screencast
Love the @peepcode Play by Play screencasts. First 30 mins of @zedshaw's was worth the cost alone!
The PeepCode Play by Play with Zed Shaw was pretty rad. Now I want to implement a code stats program and play with R.
I'm an amateur coder, but it's so good to learn that great coders' code begins the same way mine does.
...Really great! I never hack c or python but I'm understanding everything.
I absolutely love your product. Started with the Raphael JS screencast .. and now I'm hooked. The content is right on, the pacing is great, code samples are a good complement .. couldn't be happier.
Thanks for choosing to build this business .. has made my life better .. and will hopefully enable me to make better products .. to make more lives better
Mike- Owner, Red Oak Music
As always with PeepCode, a fantastic, detailed video! Before attempting to learn any new technology, I always check to see if PeepCode has published a video on it.
I just want to say that I love the Peepcode screencasts soo much! It’s getting better every time.
The animations showing the transformation of ordinary JS to CoffeeScript are a stroke of genius.
Throughout my transition from Ruby noob to community curmudgeon, PeepCode has been a staple in my arsenal of training tools and one I still enjoy very much. It's also the avenue I recommend most often to friends who want to learn Ruby. Thank you for keeping up the quality of what PeepCode means.
Jeff Whitmire, developer
New CoffeeScript screencast by PeepCode is very very good. Best so far!
@peepcode's Play By Play are proving to be great learning experience.
Vim keystroke explanations on @peepcode are absurdly awesome. z is for code folding - looks like a folded piece of paper
I just want to say that I absolutely love your "Play by Play" series and can hardly wait for the next one. I always wanted to see how the "top" in the industry do their magic! and play by play was the perfect response to that
To learn git quickly consider the peepcode screencast. This one saved my life. Really.
I recently viewed [Meet PostgresSQL] and obtained a few really valuable insights respecting full text searches. These were things that I was dimly aware of but
that extensive reading had not revealed to me.
Just finished watching the peepcode screencast on Postgres, have used it for years and still learnt a lot. Another gem from @topfunky.
Just wanted to say how much I loved the Gary Bernhardt screencast. Its full of meat and fascinating to watch. I'm excited about viewing the upcoming episodes. Thanks for making something that us making me a better programmer.
Most good screencasts and books address the stuff I know that I don't know. As an experienced guy with gaping holes in my skillset, your screencast, just like gregory brown's book, both address stuff that I don't know that I don't know.
With a new Nook Color and life that includes subways your screencasts have become invaluable.
Two days ater starting to watch part I and II, I was already making my own apps. I'm still far from being 100% independent but its the only method in which I have been able to make real progress.
I can't stop recommending your screencasts.
@hjbarraza via Twitter
The latest @peepcode play-by-play with @jbarnette is packed with invaluable tips! This is becoming a great series.
James Martin via Twitter
Just wanted to say, as someone who regularly skims over other people's dotfiles and changesets, the first Play-by-Play is just what I was looking for.
Getting smart people to explain their thought process -- to see what happens between commits -- is an insightful niche of screencasting that I haven't come across before.
If you can make more featuring uber-productive devs I will be sure to buy them all up.
Actually enjoying this jQuery stuff I'm working on. The jQuery @peepcode was really helpful in getting comfortable.
Brian Doll via Twitter
The Play-by-plays are an awesome idea! When are you guys going to have more of them? Will buy them all....
I purchased the two 'Meet Rails 3' screencasts and I must say that they were very well organised, easy to follow and to the point!
After watching the screencasts I was able to continue programming my web app at least twice as fast as before, when I was searching online for help, and banging my head down with the various tutorials for RoR. Well done!
Definitely worth the money, and I will gladly purchase any more advanced Rails 3 screncasts.
If you have a couple bucks, I'd totally suggest that you buy this Play by Play screencast, what a great idea!
Vim, Ruby, RSpec, Command Line-fu. All kinds of awesome in this Peepcode screencast featuring Gary Bernhardt.
James Martin via Twitter
Great video! The TDD and git info you share far exceeds the cost of video. Highly recommended.
Matt Margolis via Twitter
Thanks for the Meet Rails 3 Screencast part one and two. I really enjoyed watching them. Thumbs up!
buk via Twitter
Finally finished watching Meet Rails 3 Part 1 from @peepcode. If you want to start with Rails today, *this* is what you want to have. wow.
StuFFmc via Twitter
Great work on Rails 3 pt. II. You've really helped to decrease the learning curve.
I proudly just renewed my peepcode unlimited subscription for a third year. You (and your collaborators) do some amazing work and are great teachers.
I'm looking forward to some amazing screencasts this upcoming year. Keep up the good work!
Finally have Vim the way I like it. Custom color theme, plugins via pathogen, and all the Ruby stuff. PeepCode videos are excellent for Vim.
The Meet Node.js screencast is awesome, and saved me a lot of time.
Checked out the @peepcode Node.js screencast last night, looks very straight-forward. Can't wait to give it a go.
Just got around to watching the Node screencast -- excellent work.
James Coglan, author of the Faye WebSocket library
The PeepCode Emacs screencast is the awesomesauce and worth far more than $9 if you're just starting with Emacs.
Is always blown away by the quality of @peepcode's screencasts. The Node one is great so far.
I just wanted to write a few words thanking you for Meet the Command Line. With no programing background I am resolved to master the basics of RoR. Understanding the command line is key and I've spent hours staring at intro unix webpages coming away no more enlightened. Today I worked my way through Dan Benjamin's great screencast and am already doing useful things that I couldn't do before. I also now have a critical mass of knowledge to understand what those unix pages were telling me. Next I'm on to GIT and Advanced Command Line. Thank you for being there.
Smash into VIM series on Peepcode is great for anyone wanting to master the popular text editor.
Only five minutes in and buying the Smash Into Vim II @peepcode already paid off.
The second Vim screencast on PeepCode is really good. Actually learned a lot more than I expected. Well worth the cost.
This @peepcode looks awesome for anyone who's got the basics of Vim down, but doesn't know where to go next.
The new Vim screencast by @peepcode is a must have.
I recently watched the PeepCode "jQuery: Ajax" screencast and I wanted to drop a note to say how much I enjoyed it. I thought the pacing was just right, the material was useful and interesting, and Dan Benjamin's narration was clear, smooth, and dare I say calming.
Just had to drop you an email to say well done - PeepOpen is fantastic. I thought the default TextMate search was fast; but you've just blown it out of the water. I keep smiling that it's keeps putting the file I wanted at the top of the list every time without having to arrow down :)
Just installed PeepOpen into my TextMate, now this is what file opening should be all about.
Dave Peck, master of many text editors
Holy **** this is awesome!
Matt Lyon, developer
PeepOpen rules. And it also "just works" in TextMate.
André Arko, Ruby Bundler committer
I keep the Mercurial PeepCode video in my dock for quick reference on branching & other stuff. Thanks!
Jay Goodman Tamboli
I also just bought the jQuery AJAX one and found it to be as awesome as all the other PeepCode screencasts I've got. Really great.
Stephen Wyatt Bush
I watched [PeepCode's] Clojure screencast last night and loved it. Thanks for the hard work and it's a steal at $9.
Learning jQuery via PeepCode. Good gods, I wish we'd used this at my last job.
I cut my teeth on rails using your screencasts. They're great--I think they're still the best out there. No amount of geek wit and corn can compare to the solid research you put in. :) Thanks.
I wanted to let you know that I love your site, mini books and screencasts. You guys do some excellent work, and the price is just right. Thanks and keep up the good work!
The @jqtouch @peepcode should be mandatory introduction material for [jQTouch]. Starts off great with entry-level stuff that's not documented.
The ActiveMerchant ebook saved me untold hours in adding payment capabilities to my startup, OtherInbox.com.
Mike Subelsky, Co-founder of OtherInbox.com
Mercurial is just what I was looking for. Happy to pay to support people making such high-quality and informative screencasts.
Thanks!!! The screen cast for jQTouch was very helpful. Really jump started me after just tinkering around with jQTouch for a week or two. And it also opened up new worlds of ajax, jquery, rails which this old dog is just getting around to. I will be getting a 5 pack and recommending it to others.
Wolf's Little Store Best of 2009: PeepCode Meet the Command Line Screencast
Having no experience in Emacs I bought the [PeepCode] Emacs screencast and haven't looked back.
Congrats to PeepCode - the latest jQTouch screencast was indeed a great watch.
I recommend Meet jQuery from @peepcode. I had (very) basic jQuery skills, and it has taken me to the next level. Thanks @peepcode!
Just watching the #Sinatra peepcode screencast by @danbenjamin. Very impressive!
In only one week watching the Command Line and Sinatra screencasts, I can say that I learned so much...I'm already using the command line more frequently and seriously, and started to love and use Sinatra, which I intend to prototype my next project next week with.
Ali Z. Anwar
[PeepCode does] a great job. It especially comes through in look and feel of the screencasts -- they look better than anything i've seen out there!
The latest @peepcode on jQuery is very well done. You'll learn something even if you know your way around jQuery.
Ok. I'm sold on jQuery. Was impressed when I used it briefly for a small project - the @peepcode screencast is pushing me over the edge...
Of the three resources, for someone starting out I would recommend the [PeepCode] Git Internals PDF. It’s concise and simple to understand, and I’ve already seen one person who, more or less was anti-Git, read it in an hour and become pro-Git.
The MacRuby PeepCode was wildly informative. Learned a lot about MacRuby, XCode, Interface Builder, and basic Obj-C.
Brand new PeepCode screencast on Sinatra by Dan Benjamin. The production on this thing is really exceptional and they get into some meaty topics. Highly recommended.
Ryan Tomayko, Rack committer
Finally got PeepCode Unlimited. Seriously paid so much more for a College education which I was not able to use since I graduated.
Katherine Giron Pe
The [Meet Sinatra] Screencast was a really good introduction to Sinatra and I will definitely use it when the right project comes along.
I learned a *lot* from this screencast "Meet Sinatra" from Dan B.
Just watched Mercurial screencast by @danbenjamin. Wow! I was sceptical that I'd find a single reason to switch from SVN, and found many.
Wow the visuals in [iPhone View Controllers Part I] are amazing your hard work shows, totally worth $9!
After watching @danbenjamin's excellent PeepCode screencast on Mercurial, I am in the process of converting my projects from SVN to Hg.
No one does a screencast like @danbenjamin. Learning much from 'Meet Mercurial'.
Amazing screencast by @peepcode: Advanced Command Line. I finally understand and use zsh. A must for productivity lovers.
Just watched the "Meet Mercurial" screencast from PeepCode. It's really well done. In my opinion, the best Mercurial introduction to date.
Your screencast provided a very good introduction, and pointed out a few things I need to look into more (like the behavior of copy/move). I also appreciated the comments on how [Mercurial] is like/unlike Git and Subversion.
I recently watched Screencasting with Final Cut Pro and it was a real life-saver - fantastic screencast!
All the PeepCode screencasts are nothing short of awesome. Reading is one thing, but learning from [your screencasts] is enabling me to learn new things and advance like never before.
I wanted to catch up with functional programming, watched PeepCode's screencast on Clojure, best one so far (and I have seen them all)
Just watched the PeepCode screencast on Clojure. PeepCode does a great job as always.
Enjoying PeepCode's screencast on Clojure. Learnt about a different language and got an intro to functional programming.
I'm usually very happy with the quality of PeepCode screencasts and find them well worth the $9. It's how I got into Git.
I've used emacs on/off for years and still found useful nuggets. Good screencast as always.
The technical and visual aspects of the video presentation are top notch. It really makes the Mire comprehesive application come across as a simple collection of individual parts.
For some reason I'd always run away from Emacs as too hard, but not any more. [PeepCode has] changed my tune!
[PeepCode] Objective-C screencast really is as good as everyone says - believe the hype!
Objective-C for Rubyists PeepCode is the best I've purchased from them yet.
PeepCode keeps removing the excuses that keep me from iPhone dev.
The Obj-C screencast by PeepCode was well worth the wait.
The quality and content of the screencasts
are phenomenal...PeepCode is the first referral I give friends looking to dive into specific topics.
PeepCode on productivity raises the bar, way higher than it's ever been before.
[The Haml and Sass screencast was] very helpful. I've been wanting to learn both of these for a long time. I personally learn faster with screencasts and this one gave me a good jumping off point.
Matthew Nichols, Co-Founder of TagCow
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remi Taylor, Developer
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Jeff Whitmire, Grockit
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Sean Bryant, developer
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Kjell Bublitz, in blog comment
I watched some of the Prototype PeepCode last night and I have to say that this one has been the most informative PeepCode, at least for me. I'm learning a ton!
Richard Luther, developer
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I've ordered every PeepCode so far, but I have to say that this Capistrano one is truly great. Watching it on the iPod on the NYC subway has never been better.
Nathan Verni, Developer
I lack superlatives for PeepCode. This is the only non-free "documentation project" on this list but it definitely belongs here. PeepCode gives you a lot of value for money with screencasts, cheatsheets and working code for you to jump start your understanding of Rails. Geoffrey deserves an Oscar for this.
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Mark Carey on the Kognitive Jelly Blog
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Christoph Budzinski, Developer
Also highly recommended is PeepCode, where in return for a small amount of money you get about an hour of video with the amazingly productive Geoffrey Grosenbach teaching you one-on-one about various aspects of Rails.
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Sam Granieri, Developer
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Jon Baer, Developer
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This really is a great introduction to RJS. I’ve been playing around with it for a while, but your screencast had lots I hadn’t seen before. Looking forward to the next one!
Comment on blog
I was mightily impressed…I would highly recommend this screencast even if you’re already familiar with RJS because you’ll definitely learn a new trick or two. Congratulations to Geoffrey on a job well done.
Cody Fauser, Author of RJS Templates for Rails